Google Fiber arrives in Austin, but not everyone will have access, and Google wants you to fight for your 'fiberhood.'
Google wasn't going to let the glow of its Fiber announcement in Austin die down without revealing its move to the Silicon Slopes.
Gigabit internet junkies might want to considering heading to Austin as an American carrier reveals its own plans for the city.
Though it hasn't been confirmed by either Google or the Texan capital yet, all signs point to a fibrous announcement on the horizon.
The carrier-led mobile wallet venture may come to as many as 7,500 vending machine in Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas.
After reports surfaced earlier this week the service would land in two cities next week, the company's head of marketing confirms it's on.
After delays, the digital wallet backed by AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon looks ready to start testing in Salt Lake City and Austin.